Rick McKee and Kent Sligh hail farewell to readers
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Really going to miss this comic which was well written and thought out. Best of luck to the creators.
Thank-you so much. Gave me a smile every morning
I’m going to miss this part of my daily routine more than anything else.
Awww that’s a shame. I’ve loved the laugh.
comics is only reason i still take digital chronicle as every thing else 2 & 3 days old
kids don’t read comics anymore to many digital toys to play with. when i was growing up newspaper was all there was to read beside comic books.
I am very sorry that the strip is stopping. I enjoyed it very much and hope to see again.
Thank you for the very sweet observations of a different but relatable time and place.
I understand your need for a change, but your editorial cartoons were great! I miss those too.
Say it ain’t so Rick!!!!!!
Mr. McKee & Sligh, I will so miss this brief morning laugh. Mt. Pleasant forever!
Sorry to see them go..
Newspaper comics are a dying art that we should support- often shine a light where words alone cannot.
Maybe they could come back on a special occasion or guest basis?!
How about pcking up “Dilbert”? Could that be done? Seems like all the comic sites have “cancelled” that strip.
That’s what I was going to suggest! Come on, Augusta Press, pick up the Dilbert strip!
So sad to see this comic strip go. You guys are wonderful and we wish you the best.
Will miss you, Rick. Blessing in your future ventures.
So sorry to lose another comic strip just as I’d begun to follow and get attached to the characters. The funny papers have always been one of the best parts of newspapers, going back to when I was little and my dad would read them to me, and as I grew up and learned to appreciate some of the more nuanced ones like Li’l Abner and Pogo, Bloom County, Calvin and Hobbs, The Far Side… They’re one of the main reasons we still subscribe to a local SC paper and save up the Sunday Comics and mail them to our first grade grandson who’s learning to read and develop his sense of humor.
And yes, pick up Dilbert !
Rick, You have no idea how sad I am to see you go. I enjoyed the times you, Mike, Joe and I were able to spend together. Sadly, times is achangin’. If possible, let me know what happens in the future.
I am so sorry to see this. Comics like Dilbert got cancelled due to a “woke” explosion of some kind. When Dilbert was booted from the Chronicle, I cancelled my Chronicle relationship. Now no Mt. Pleasant! I have enjoyed it and look forward to what the authors will do next. Thanks to the Augusta Press for having this comic in the past.